Charlie and the Chocolate factory, Edward Scissorhands, and Big Fish are all exceptional movies directed by Tim Burton. Each movie has a special theme and creates the importance of relationships. Tim burton uses dark lighting, contrasting sets, and close ups to exemplify the importance of relationships.
Most noticeably, the use of dark lighting exemplifies the importance of relationships. In Edward Scissorhands, Edward was in a dark castle and was lonely until Peg takes him to her bright and lively house. The dark lighting showed Edward’s loneliness, however, the bright lighting of the town and Peg’s house showed how he was able to create a relationship with the town’s people, which he was unable to do previously in the tower. In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Wonka did not have a good relationship with his father, so the flashbacks of his childhood are in a darker light. The dark lighting in Charlie and the chocolate factory and Edward Scissorhands stresses the importance of relationships.
In accordance with dark lighting, Burton also uses contrasting sets exemplify the importance of relationships. In Big Fish, when Edward Bloom unexpectedly arrives in Spectre for the first time, the town is green and lush with vegetation, and the townspeople are happy and worry free. While he was in Spectre, he promised a little girl he would return. However when he returned after many years, the town was barren and businesses were closed. This contrasting set shows he was not there for the town when they needed him; therefore the town was barren when he returned for the second time. In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Wonka creates an amazing chocolate factory to substitute the happiness of having a good relationship with his father. Contrastingly, Charlie’s house may not be as extravagant as the factory, but Charlie has a loving family. The opposing sets between the factory and Charlie’s home shows the importance of relationships. In Big Fish and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, contrasting sets show the importance of relationships
In the Middle Ages, towns and trade were very important to civilization, and many urban centers came about around the year 1200. The main reason for these cities and towns existence was trade, and money. "It was the money that fueled the transformation of Europe, and the merchants who traded goods for money were the vehicles of that transformation." (King, 322) The methods of merchants and traders ...
Moreover, the use of close ups exemplifies the importance of relationships. In Big Fish, when Edward Bloom is lying in the hospital bed, and Will Bloom, Edward’s son, finished the story of his father’s fantasy death, there is a close up of Will’s face. Will knows his father is going to die and that all of the tall tales that his father told were true. The close up shows that if Will had trusted his father, they would have a better relationship. In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, whenever the conversation of parents began, Wonka would act uncomfortable. From afar the viewer does not see the sadness, but the close up shows the sadness in his eyes. Wonka is sad he does not have a good relationship with his father, therefore the close up shows that relationships are important. In Big Fish and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the close ups of the characters show the importance of relationships.
Burton has a passion for making movies, and he puts all of his effort into creating films that are over the top and have important messages. His passion is shown in the extravagant sets and costumes in his movies. As seen in Big Fish, Edward Scissorhands, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Burton creates personal messages to convey his inner feelings. In these movies, Tim Burton utilizes dark lighting, contrasting sets, and close ups to epitomize the importance the importance of relationships.
A CLOSE RELATIONSHIP WITH NATURE Cold Mountain is a four hundred and forty-nine-page novel by the North Carolina author Charles Frazier. The novel takes place during the civil war but constipates more on the life lessons each character learns. Throughout the novel Charles Frazier takes each character through very different, yet very difficult journeys. Cold Mountain consists of two parallel ...